To Kiss Earth Goodbye, Teleplasmiste's second full album, sees their sound-vision expanding and deepening, phantasmally and fantastically, opening onto thrilling new vistas of euphoria. The music is informed by a deep awareness and respect for prior esoteric traditions and counterculture currents, but forges a new and fertile synthesis very much it's own. The mesmerising cover art is by spirit painter and medium Ethel Le Rossignol, whose 1933 book of spiritualist teachings lends it's name to the albums second track: A Goodly Company. Another composition, An Unexpected Visit, incorporates a previously unheard trance recording of occultist Alex Sanders (aka the UK's King of the Witches), made by Sanders himself in the 1980s.
To Kiss Earth Goodbye, Teleplasmiste's second full album, sees their sound-vision expanding and deepening, phantasmally and fantastically, opening onto thrilling new vistas of euphoria. The music is informed by a deep awareness and respect for prior esoteric traditions and counterculture currents, but forges a new and fertile synthesis very much it's own. The mesmerising cover art is by spirit painter and medium Ethel Le Rossignol, whose 1933 book of spiritualist teachings lends it's name to the albums second track: A Goodly Company. Another composition, An Unexpected Visit, incorporates a previously unheard trance recording of occultist Alex Sanders (aka the UK's King of the Witches), made by Sanders himself in the 1980s.
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To Kiss Earth Goodbye
Artist: Teleplasmiste
Format: Vinyl
New: in stock 25.99
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DISC: 1

1. Come! Vehicles of Light
2. A Goodly Company
3. An Unexpected Visit
4. A Boy Called Conjuror
5. Possessors of the Orb
6. To Kiss Earth Goodbye
7. Crescent

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To Kiss Earth Goodbye, Teleplasmiste's second full album, sees their sound-vision expanding and deepening, phantasmally and fantastically, opening onto thrilling new vistas of euphoria. The music is informed by a deep awareness and respect for prior esoteric traditions and counterculture currents, but forges a new and fertile synthesis very much it's own. The mesmerising cover art is by spirit painter and medium Ethel Le Rossignol, whose 1933 book of spiritualist teachings lends it's name to the albums second track: A Goodly Company. Another composition, An Unexpected Visit, incorporates a previously unheard trance recording of occultist Alex Sanders (aka the UK's King of the Witches), made by Sanders himself in the 1980s.